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Décembre 2020

For Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) to make a meaningful contribution to SAI in low- and lower-middle income countries, there is a need for investment in research, capacity development, enterprise initiation, scaling, and creation of enabling environments (through policies at national…

Décembre 2020

The traditional linear technology transfer model has limited effectiveness in promoting the uptake of
technologies and innovations. It fails to account for complexity within the agri-food system, is too
simplistic and does not fully consider forward and backward feedback loops in the…

Décembre 2020

Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) is the production of plants, fish, insects or animals inside structures, such as greenhouses and buildings, in controlled conditions. In a rapidly urbanizing world, CEA can contribute to sustainable development, e.g. through reduced use of land, water and…

Décembre 2020

Village Tank Cascade Systems (VTCSs) in the Dry Zone of Sri Lanka have evolved as sustainable ecosystems through human interventions to ensure water availability and other services for people and their environs during the last few millennia. However, VTCSs are vulnerable to global environmental…

Décembre 2020

This study, carried out in 2020-21 by Dalberg Advisors Asia (relying on secondary and primary funding data, modeling, and expert discussions), answers some of these key questions. The study covers four key categories of funders – (i) Global South Governments (domestic funding), (ii)…

Décembre 2020

This Annual Report documents a firm foundation for results in all five Strategy impact areas of the One CGIAR Research and Innovation Strategy, demonstrating the relevance of WLE within the “systems transformation approach for food, land and water systems” that it maps out.

Décembre 2020

Reorienting funding for research and innovation is an urgent step to transform agri-food systems

Décembre 2020

This synthesis brief draws on the experiences of the Restoring Degraded Landscapes sub-program, part of the CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). The brief captures learning from a decade (2011-2021) of research in development work with different stakeholders including…

Décembre 2020

Brazil has transformed from being a net food importer, to one of the largest agricultural exporters in the world. The country is now one of the top global funders of agricultural innovation, with a special emphasis on funding R&D for sustainable agriculture. While food insecurity and…

Décembre 2020

This study estimates that Sustainable Seeds Systems for the Global South received approximately USD 15 billion in funding cumulatively between 2010-2019 across all sources of funders. This is roughly one-third the total funding for seeds innovation in the same time period. Though the trend…

Décembre 2020

India faces crucial challenges of food security and sustainability. The country needs to grow a significantly higher quantity and quality of food to provide adequate nourishment to a population that is expected to increase to 1.6 billion by 2050. Furthermore, its environmental factors are…

Décembre 2020

Agriculture is crucial for the livelihood of millions of people worldwide and is one of the main drivers
of deforestation, biodiversity loss and resource degradation. The contribution of agriculture to these environmental problems has been exacerbated by subsidies, which constitute the…